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Printed letters, April 3, 2013

By Staff

Unsurprisingly, outgoing Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, no friend of domestic energy development, has released a plan for oil shale that is designed to prevent commercial production of a vast American resource — a plan praised in The ...


Email letters, April 2, 2013

By Staff

AP article appears to favor abortions Again, the Sentinel has printed an article from the Associated Press (see page 9A Monday, April 1) that makes the AP (and maybe the Sentinel) appear pro-abortion. And this is the fourth or fifth time ...


Printed letters, April 2, 2013

By Staff

Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus suggests that perhaps universal background checks on the sale of guns would pass through Congress if the government would not require recordkeeping on private sales. For the Ruth Marcuses of this nation, ...


Email letters, April 1, 2013

By Staff

Longtime resident of blown-up 7th Street home reminisces I am Kathy (Heiny) Hogge, one of four children born to Lowell and Anna Mae Heiny who lived at 1752 N. 7th Street. I was raised in that house all my growing-up years, with sister Linda ...


Printed letters, March 31, 2013

By Staff

Recently, someone complained about walks being interrupted by “ATVs zooming down a trail.”   I always find it interesting that some people go out of their way to go to a motorized-use area and then complain about the motor ...


Email letters, March 29, 2013

By Staff

President’s logic about business owners can be applied to golfers, too Sadly, spring has sprung. Powderhorn is closing, and soon there will be bugs, weeds, yard work and heat. And golf! It would be nice if all golfers remember that ...


Printed letters, March 29, 2013

By Staff

The editorial, “The Right Way to Fight Gun Laws,” was well-written and right on point. I believe the sheriffs of Colorado who have made these statements are only demonstrating their local county positions on gun control. I have ...


Email letters, March 28, 2013

By Staff

Officials have duty to follow mandate of Colorado citizens No matter the subject affected, if the governing body is against the pure nature of a ruling, it will use its power to make it fail. The governor of Colorado has been vocal in his ...


Printed letters

By Staff

Regarding the U.S. Supreme Court case on same-sex marriage, I am reminded of a story told of Abraham Lincoln. When someone accused him of being “two-faced,” Lincoln reportedly responded, “If I had two faces, do you really ...


Printed letters, March 27, 2013

By Staff

It’s a bit hard to express my frustration and disappointment with The Daily Sentinel’s editorial on March 20. While I am a subscriber, I don’t subscribe to the editorial’s analogy that, if we hope to become more ...


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